Posted by **TALOFA** on Monday, May 2, 2011 at 4:16pm.

A farmer has 200 acres of land suitable for cultivating crops A, B and C. The cost per acre of cultivating crop A, crop B and crop C is $40, $60 and $80, respectively. The farmer has $12,600 available for land cultivation. Each acre of crop A requires 20 labor-hours, each acre of crop B requires 25 labor-hours and each acre of crop C requires 40 labor-hours. The farmer has a maximum of 5950 labor-hours available. If he wishes to use all his cultivatable land, the entire budget and all the labor available, how many acres of each crop should he plant? [Please can you show me how to Use the Gauss Jordan Elimination method to solve]

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**Anonymous**, Thursday, December 4, 2014 at 10:44pm
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